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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Today's carry a Case Chestnut Teardrop CV
These two for me today.
I agree, and thank you.
The Camillus is always with me.
And this new Ulster is along for the ride and a few pictures taken.
Couple of impressive knives, Jack! Seeing them in combination makes me a little sad you've already named your ivory lambsfoot, because the fish knife triggered a Moby Dick association for me!
Cool Dixie stockman, Del; glad to see you still riding that train!
Marvelous micarta, Dave! You've been posting your knives with some cool little pins/insignias lately.
The Pere David stag lambsfoot and checkered bone 78 are a couple of very distinctive knives, Ron!
Congrats on your new peaches on ice, Steve!!
Venerable duo, Gev!
If you keep posting it, John, I'll keep noting how drawn I am to that brown jigged bone sheepsfoot EO Scout!
Propitious pair, Joshua! Is that #74 a new one for you?
Your hopes are realized, in spades, Buzz; that pic isn't shoddy at all!
Thanks, John & Dean.
Indeed, I saw what you did, John, and I especially appreciate it since every "prize" actually included in the 3-pack of Cracker Jack was just a paper directing one to a website to play some computer game.
That's disappointing and infuriating news, Gev. My default size for knife photos from my point&shoot camera is about 1 megabyte, so a terabyte of space should be about a million photos, not a thousand!!
Thanks, Vince. I'm certainly happy with all of the Jokers I have, whether the handle is bull horn (asta), stag (ciervo), or olive wood (madera de olive).
What a sensational and memorable trio, Stuart; I certainly remember seeing that pair of 2OTs before!!
Thanks for the positive feedback, Dwight.
I wouldn't have made the connection, but your comment about Stuart's OT covers is VERY apt! We see many old wooden Chris Crafts where we vacation in Michigan's Upper Peninsula (in fact, there's an annual Antique Wooden Boat Show while we're there), and the color/texture resemblance is uncanny!
Thanks for you compliment, Senhor Pinto. Outstanding pair of knives you've posted!
Thanks for the encouragement, Ron!
Lovely vista, @315!
Keep us posted on the change in lifestyle!
New Case Barlow and old friend #38 probably kept you warm on a chilly hike, Dean!
Thanks for the kind and informative remarks, Jeff.
Get used to it, I pull this knife out a lot
Thanks Gary It's a spectacular knife!
Today is consecutive carry day 13 I see 30 becoming easier and easier.
With the first quarter GEC schedule being kind to my wallet, I'm going to get an #82 Tidioute back-up.
Today and for a while I'll be carrying @315's frontier.
Thanks, Gary! Yes, the 74 is a new one (actually the last purchase of 2018, but it didn't get to me until last week due to having it sharpened). I'm glad to have it, for sure.
Marvelous toteage today ....wow !!!
Wow! What a small world. Let me know if you ever want to let go of any other gems in the future. Seriously though, thank you for sharing that one with next person. There was some speculation that this one had been recovered with cocobolo because of the way the wood looks. It doesn't matter to me, but it was interesting speculation by some of the folks on this forum that thought they had seen it over the years.
Here it is last summer with a Beer Scout. I would love to see GEC make a knife similar to the 11031 SH. Then they would have a platform to make a Jumbo Beer Scout .
Decided to fill the watch pocket today with a little extra.
These two, so far. Haven't left the house yet, though!
Love that Ulster ! That's a tenth mountain division knife isn't it ?
Camillus medium jack today
Thank you my friend.
An odd trio today.